Our Weird and Wonderful series is on hiatus, and things have gotten back to normal at Gallivance. It was a fun series for us, and we’re happy to have provided an excuse for our readers to stray off the straight and narrow.
Is this not the weirdest, ugliest tree you’ve seen in a while? It’s the perfect graphic for a haunted forest. Given its grotesque appearance you might wonder where the romance comes in – well read on.
Like most collectors I started small. In fact, in the beginning I had no intention of becoming a collector. But it only took the second photo, and Bam!, I was a gargoyle waterspout photo collector.
The Weird and Wonderful theme just keeps rolling along, and this post fits in so perfectly that we couldn’t resist reposting it. The art of Czech artist David Černý is very unusual, and while you may not think that it’s all wonderful, it’s definitely weird with an upper case W. It always brings a smile …
Say hello to Saint Mundita: 2nd century Christian martyr and patron saint of single women. Given our 21st Century sensibilities, this relic in Munich’s St. Peter’s Church clearly fits into our “Weird and Wonderful Series” … definitely a bit on the weird side.
One of our earlier posts in our Weird & Wonderful series was about the skin-eating fish of Cambodia, and now the creepshow gets better. It’s a long way to Cambodia, but I only had to move to Georgia, right here in the good ol’ USA, to discover my first snake-eating spiders.
“Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.” —Michelangelo